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By Setsabile Nkambule | 2019-08-14

ZODWA Wabantu is coming back to the kingdom.

The controversial South African  dancer will be coming for the Eswatini Spring Bash after party, which will be held on September 21 at Mavuso Trade and Exhibition Centre.

Zodwa was in the country early this month for the sold -out Baceth Music Festival which was held at Manzini Club.She came alongside DJ Tira and Babes Wodumo and set the venue ablaze with her dance moves.

Zodwa confirmed the upcoming show.  She stated that the love and support she has received from Emaswati was overwhelming.


“I am excited that I will yet again get to see my Swazi people. The last time I was there, I had so much fun and I look forward to having some more fun,” she said.

 She said people should expect a great time, as wherever she is there will be fun.

 According to organiser of the event Nqaba Ginindza, they were excited to have added Zodwa to the great line-up of the after party.

He stated that they decided to add her because of her fun personality and the love Emaswati have for Zodwa. Ginindza said preparations for the event were going well and they were working tirelessly to give people a great time.

“People should expect to be  blown away as not only will they be enjoying great music but also  great spin and great laughter as  they would also have the chance to see local comedians sharing jokes until the early morning of the next day,” he said.

 “The entire event is based on charity  and as organisers  we have  already  started giving away  food hampers  and  building materials with the  red cross to identify those in need ,”  Ginindza concluded.

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